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Craziest Shark Discoveries

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From places that surprisingly swarm with these apex predators to the largest shark teeth that belonged to megaladons here are the craziest shark discoveries!

5.Shark Teeth
The carnivorous beasts will feast on just about anything they can find, ranging from dolphins, seals, sea turtles to rays. Their massive jaws can hold about 300 teeth despite possibly losing one or two each week. Great white Sharks can regenerate teeth unlike humans, mainly because their teeth are technically considered to be scales. Sharks might have some 3000 teeth at one time and don’t actually use those teeth to chew, but to rip off flesh. You can even make your own shark discoveries by walking along the beach. The best time to find shark teeth on the shore is when there are strong currents and high tides. Venice beach florida is declared as the shark tooth capital of the world which might be a good or a bad thing. If you find too many teeth, you might want to be careful where you take your next swim. If you’re lucky, you might even find a megalodon tooth! REcently in florida, 2 shark bites occured on the same day at the same beach on the southside of jacksonville.

4.Great White Encounters
Certainly one of the most shocking encounters at the beach one could witness would be a massive great white shark. There’s no way to really detect them unless you got some sonar or you see the dorsal fin coming out of the water. Maybe This photo here was captured off the coast of Guadalupe Island, in Mexico. A dramatic encounter took place when a great white shark enters the scuba diving cage somehow with a diver still in it! Miraculously, the diver still survives and wasn’t eaten! He should consider himself lucky. The Great White was more concerned with getting out of the cage and will come back for him another day.

3.Jersey Shore Encounters
The Jersey shore shark encounters of 1916 are quite similar to the film Jaws. A series of vicious shark incidents swept the Jersey shore area and unfortunately none of the victims included snooky. Scholars have debated exactly which species of shark it was but they most likely believe it was either bull shark or great white. An extreme heat wave in 1916 drove many out to the shores to enjoy get a fresh dip in the ocean. Unfortunately for them, sharks normally prefer warmer climates but do to the heat wave, they made it up north If only they had known what was lurking beneath! 5 people were attacked in an 11 day time period. This sparked a war against sharks in this area and people were sent to hunt them. This was known as one of largest animal hunts in history

2.Largest Great White Shark
Could it be true that a real life jaws sized great white shark actually exists out there? The biggest shark out there was found off the coast of Guadalupe Island. The shark was given the name of Deep blue and you can see in these photos how tiny people actually look compared to the enormous Apex predator. The shark also appears to have large visible slashes on the left flank and dorsal fin. This was most likely a result of fighting or mating. Great Whites only tend to grow 15 but this one is not only 5 feet longer but weighs about twice the size of an average great white.

But before we get to our number one, let us know in the comment section what shark you would be and maybe we’ll feature you in an upcoming video.


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